January 2006
Sporting News;1/20/2006, Vol. 230 Issue 3, p49
The article presents views of Saint Louis, Missouri-based Washington University's forward basketball player Jon Brockman on freshman orientation. In high school, one is always around the ball. In college, sometimes one also are screening, and sometimes one are flashing. Brockman is screening 10 times more in college than in high school. In high school if one missed the first two shots, it's no big deal because he going to get 20 more. In high school, one has homework and papers to help his grade, but with this class, it was all based on the midterm and final.


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